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Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. in Zoology from Michigan State University; M.S. in Natural Resource Policy and Behavior from the University of Michigan; M.A in Science Education from the University of Michigan; Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Michigan; Professional Teaching Certification with endorsements in: Biology (DA), Chemistry (DC), Environmental Studies (NJ), Integrated Science (DI)
Mrs. Nicole Lemon
Nicole Lemon teaches Biology and Geophysical Science at Huron High School. Prior to coming to Huron High School, she taught for six years at Father Gabriel Richard High School (FGR)in Ann Arbor, MI. While at FGR, she taught Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, Earth Science, Geophysical Science and Pre-Algebra. Prior to FGR, she taught Advanced Biology at an International Baccalaureate Candidate School in Haines City, Florida. Between teaching in Florida and at FGR, she served as an academic adviser to pre-service science teachers at Michigan State University. She is also a part time instructor at Michigan Virtual University, where she teaches a variety of science courses.
After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Zoology from Michigan State University, she worked in animal care and education at a variety of zoos and aquariums around the country, including Binder Park Zoo, The Living Seas at Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, The Detroit Zoo and The Brookfield Zoo. She received her master’s degrees from the University of Michigan in Natural Resource Policy and Behavior and Science Education and a graduate certificate in Museum Studies.
Her main goal as a science educator, both in non-formal and formal education is to get students excited about science and the scientific method and to help relate what they are learning in science to their everyday lives.